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The case you make for food stamps can be made for giving the poor simply a general voucher, not limited to food purchases, instead.

Who wants the gummint deciding that food is what the poor person needs most? This gummint control is demeaning: why don't we just make the poor jump through hoops, bow down and take drug tests, too?

If the gummint is going to steal from me to help the poor, I don't want it all going for food.

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